Florence And The Machine top NME Chart for second week

Calvin Harris and Muse also make the cut

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Florence And The Machine have topped the NME Chart for the second week with their cover of Candi Staton's 'You Got The Love' (which they have slightly renamed 'You've Got The Love').

Singer Florence Welch and her band held off competition from former top spot holder Calvin Harris and Muse, while Arctic Monkeys prop up this week's Top Ten with 'Cornerstone'.

The NME Chart was today (November 30) exclusively announced live on NME Radio, who count down the Top 30 every Monday from 10am (GMT).

To tune in to the show, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB in London or NME.COM/radio.

This week's Top Ten is:

1. Florence And The Machine – 'You've Got The Love'
2. Calvin Harris – 'Flashback'
3. Muse – 'Undisclosed Desires'
4. Mumford And Sons – 'Little Lion Man'
5. Biffy Clyro – 'The Captain'
6. Kasabian – 'Underdog'
7. Ellie Goulding – 'Under The Sheets'
8. La Roux – 'Quicksand'
9. Jamie T – 'The Man's Machine'
10. Arctic Monkeys – 'Cornerstone'


See the NME Office Blog for the full chart rundown.


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